Apple Watch is a new Apple entry to a new product category. Recently Tim Cook said that the development of the Apple watch is right on schedule and is expected to begin shipping in April. He also added:
My expectations are high on it. I’m using it everyday and I love it and I can’t live without it.
Are you wondering that how did Tim even survived a day before the Apple Watch? Life is already so tough for him because he is a CEO of a multi billion dollar company. We all have to agree that his struggle is real.
Apple Watch’s battery life is what it is struggling behind. After a recent report from 9to5Mac claim that Apple is aiming to 2.5 to 4 hours of active use with the Apple Watch. This usage includes actually interacting with the watch and doing stuff on it. They are also targeting a goal of 19 hours of active and passive use combine or maybe a 3-4 days of standby time. But you are not paying at-least 300$ for a piece of tech that you should keep on standby all day to save some battery. Are you?
Apple might not be able to make a 19 hour active and passive usage goal on the first generation Apple Watch as we all know that Apple is really good at making second generation products. This pretty much aligns with Tim Cook’s earlier commented that Apple expects you to charge your Smart Watch daily as you do with your iPhones.
To me it is the product that is screaming “WAIT FOR THE SECOND GEN”. What do you think of Apple Watch? Be sure to let us know in the comments down bellow.